We can hide them. We can hide from them. But they always wander back.
Start as soon as they have teeth.
Daddy’s all played out for a few days.
Our children are born with a primal instinct to smash our privates. I think it’s an evolutionary thing to prevent further competition from being conceived.
It helped shape my identity and left me with some invaluable life lessons.
For a person on the autism spectrum, learning to prioritize among multiple options can be overwhelming.
Father Time examines the unspoken “gifts” we give to our children.
Welp, we’ve hit another funky milestone. We’re trying on different pronouns in our household.
Negativity towards gender nonconforming children is a significant child development problem. Peer relations correlate strongly with later social and emotional development. Interventions seeking to reduce this negativity are important.
Don’ t worry, it is totally possible.
By trying to keep my kids safe from failure and hardship am I doing more harm than good?
I look back fondly on my many years of scouting and believe it to have been a very positive influence in my life.
We’re all walking down our own little hallways. We’re all singing our inner songs. And we’re probably all a bit distracted and unsure of exactly where we should go. We know the way to our homeroom. We may not be sure about how to navigate the rainy Fridays along the way.
You do this by giving them your full attention, and interestingly enough, giving them your full attention is a gift you give to yourself.
Ski the snow in front of you
Being a first-time father can be a bit easier if you follow these tips.